Staff and students showcase research at Annual Poster Conference

Tuesday, October 31, 2023

Category: News

People viewing posters

This year’s annual poster conference took place on 30 October, offering staff and students the opportunity to discover the diverse range of research taking place at the Department across all three of our research themes.

DPhil students’ posters were judged by our research theme leads, with three winners announced at the end of the evening for the best posters. Congratulations to the deserving winners: Heather Leigh Kayton, Rachel Robinson and Xiujuan Wang.


Heather Leigh Kayton (Language, Cognition and Development theme)

‘The overall impact of cross-language Differential Item Functioning at the test level: PIRLS 2016 in South Africa’

Heather Leigh Kayton standing with poster


Rachel Robinson (Pedagogy, Learning and Knowledge theme)

‘The Black and Minority Ethnic experience of teacher education’

Rachel Robinson standing with poster


Xiujuan Wang (Policy, Economy and Society theme)

‘How do master’s students transition from UK higher education into the global labour market?’

Xiujuan Wang standing with poster